Charleston Aviation Partners

List your aircraft, helicopter, or fractional shares with us and Experience 

More than just a broker

At Charleston Aviation Partners, we believe you should expect more from your aircraft broker. Our business management experience combined with our technical and operational background provides our clients with more than any other advisor can possibly offer.

We are business aviation professionals who understand the needs of aircraft owners and operators. Our company is focused and determined on obtaining results and surpassing our clients expectations. Our commission structure is based upon performance to prove our commitment to our valued customers.

Contact our team of experts today, no matter where you are located on a global basis....From Charleston, South Carolina to South America, the Middle East, Asia and beyond. Charleston Aviation Partners is available to assist you with the sale of your aircraft , helicopter or fractional shares.


Our Team


Integrity, Professionalism, Experience

Code of Ethics

Charleston Aviation Partners, LLC is a professional aircraft brokerage firm and we are committed to the highest standards of representing aircraft owners. To that end, we fully subscribe to the following code of ethics:

  • We will represent your aircraft and interests on an exclusive basis

  • We are dedicated to representing you, and only you, with respect to the sale of your aircraft

  • We will accurately represent our authority to present, market, show and demonstrate your aircraft

  • We will expeditiously submit all offers we receive for your aircraft from prospective buyers

  • We will present, to the best of our knowledge, the most accurate specifications and condition of your aircraft and make truthful representations to the aviation public

  • We will, under no circumstances, accept a commission from a buyer or third party

  • Every effort will be made to avoid misrepresentations or concealment of any and all known or pertinent facts relating to your aircraft

  • We will endeavor to identify and disclose any and all known costs associated with any aircraft-related agreements

  • Reasonable care will be taken to ensure that documents pertaining to the sale of your aircraft are kept confidential and current.


Recent Transactions

2017 Embraer Legacy 450

2017 Embraer Legacy 450

1980 Airbus AS350BA

1980 Airbus AS350BA

2008 Citation XLS

2008 Citation XLS

1990 Falcon 900B

1990 Falcon 900B

2004 Airbus (Eurocopter) EC-135 T2

2004 Airbus (Eurocopter) EC-135 T2

1995 Falcon 50

1995 Falcon 50


2017 Embraer Legacy 450



Collins Pro-Line Fusion Avionics Suite

Four Collins AFD-6520 Adaptive Flight Displays

Dual Collins DCP-5080 Display Control Panels

Dual RSP-6000 Reversion Switch Panels

Dual CCP-6120 Cursor Control Panels

Dual Collins MKP-6100 Multifunction Panels

Triple Collins VHF-4000 COM Transceivers

Dual Collins RIU-4110 Radio Interface Units

One Collins HF-9031 HF COM w/SELCAL

Collins TDR-94D Mode S/ADS-B Transponder

Collins TSS-4100 Traffic Surveillance System

One Collins NA-4500 VOR/LOC/GS/MB Receiver

One Collins NAV-4000 VOR/ILS/ADF Receiver

Dual Collins ACP-6000 Audio Panels

One Collins CCM-5110 Computing Module

Dual Collins GPS-4000S WAAS GPS Modules

Dual Collins DME-4000s

Dual Collins ALT-4000 Radio Altimeters

One Collins FCP-5070 AFCS Panel

Collins SVM-6110 Synthetic Vision Module

Collins SFIS-3900 Standby Instrument System

Dual Collins AHC-3000 AHRS

Dual Collins AHC-4000 Attitude/Heading Computer

Collins TPM-6000 EGPWS/TAWS Module

Collins MGR-3000 Magnetometer


Collins RTA-4100 Multi-Scan Weather Radar

XM Weather w/XMWR-1000 Satellite Data link

One Kannad 406-AF ELT w/NAV Interface

Basic Aircraft Information:

(As of August 7 2018)

 Year of Manufacture:       2017

Engine Make & Model:     Honeywell HTF-7500E

APU Make & Model:         GRT GTCP36-150

Total Time (hrs/cycles):    220/212

                         Engine 1:    220/212

                         Engine 2:    220/212

                         APU:           180.5


Additional Equipment

ACARS Datalink


Paperless Cockpit

115 cu. ft. capacity oxygen cylinder

Baggage Compartment Ladder

6 Rosen 9” Individual Locking Arm Monitors

GoGo Biz High Speed Data

Iridium Satellite Phone


The interior can accommodate a total of nine (9) passengers
in a three cabin environment. The forward cabin consist of
a two (2) place divan opposite a 36” galley equipped with
a microwave and coffee maker. The mid-cabin consists of a
four (4) place club seating arrangement and the aft cabin has
two (2) forward facing seats. The lavatory is located aft of the
main cabin and is belted for take-off and landing. The single
seats and lavatory seat are covered in a “Snowshoe Grey”
leather material and the divan is covered in a “Paris Gray”
cloth material.


Painted at the Embraer facility in Melbourne FL. The primary colors on the fuselage and engine cowlings are Moonglow Silver over Storm Cloud Grey. There are two accent stripes (Orange & Stone Grey) that run the full length of the fuselage, on the engine cowling and the upper portion of each winglet.


1980 Airbus AS350BA


Basic Aircraft Information:


Garmin GNS-530 GPS/NAV/VHF COM #1

Artex ME406HM ELT w/Remote Switch

Garmin SL-40 VHF COM #2

AIM Attitude Gyro

Bendix-King KI-206 VOR/LOC Indicator

AIM Directional Gyro

Garmin GTX-327 Transponder

AIM Turn & Bank Indicator

Trans-Cal SSD120 Encoding Altimeter

Thales Airspeed Indicator

PS Engineering PMA8000B Audio Panel

Thales Altimeter

Airpath Magnetic Compass

United Instruments Vertical Speed Indicator

Davtron Model M803 Digital Clock

Interior Specifications (Completed by Heli-Lynx 2009):

The helicopter is currently configured to carry one (1) or 2 pilots and four (4) passengers. The main passenger cabin has a four (4) place forward facing bench seat. There are two (2) main passenger cabin doors located on the left-hand and right-hand side of the helicopter. The passenger and crew seats are covered with a gray leather material. There are a total of six (6) David Clark H10-36 headsets for the passengers and crew. 

Exterior Specifications (Completion by Heli-Lynx 2009): 

Custom three (3) color paint scheme. Base color is Matterhorn or Vestal White with Red and Black accent stripes.

(As of October 12 2018)

 Year of Manufacture:       1980

Engine Make & Model:     Honeywell LTS101-700D-2

Airframe and Engine Times and Cycles

Total Airframe Time: 5,639.5

Total Airframe Cycles/Landings: 15,532.0

Total Engine Time: 6,494.4

Total Engine Cycles: 8,540

N1 Gas Producer (NG) Hours: 8,699.7

N2 Power Turbine (NP) Hours 7,689.3

Engine Time Since Overhaul: 253.4 (2,400 Hour Interval)

Engine Time Since Hot Section: 253.4 (1,800 Hour Interval)

Additional Equipment:

Integrated Flight Systems Air Conditioning System

Carbide Technology Skid Shoes

Eurocopter Canada Limited R/H Cargo Mirror

Dart John Cameron Passenger Access Steps

Dart Super-Sized Vertical Reference Window

Heli-Lynx ADC Engine Oil Filter

Aerospace Filtration Inlet Barrier Filter System 

Onboard Systems Cargo Hook System

Aft Intercom System

Dual Flight Controls

Six (6) David Clark H10-36 Headsets

One Davtron M803 Digital Clock

Lumatech Warning/Caution Panel

One Collective Activated Datcon Hour Meter

Tech Tools One Piece Acrylic Windshield

Falcon Crest Lead Acid Battery

Tech Tool Plastics Cabin Windows

Collective Activated Hour Meter

High Skid Landing Gear



The Office

29 J C Long Blvd
Isle of Palms, SC 29451

Office:   843-866-3313

Bill:         843-743-6500 (mobile)


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